python for .NET

Shawn Wheatley swheatley at gmail.com
Tue Jul 27 16:45:01 CEST 2004


The ActiveState product you may be thinking of is Visual Python, which
is just an editor add-in for Visual Studio.NET.

As for Python for .NET, there have been a couple projects to use .NET
components in CPython, and there was a research project done by
ActiveState and Mark Hammond (I believe).  IronPython seems to be the
most promising, but there have been no releases as of yet.

Eagerly-awaiting-a-.NET-Python-ly yours,
Shawn

On Tue, 27 Jul 2004 16:23:30 +0200, Gerhard Häring <gh at ghaering.de> wrote:
> Tor Iver Wilhelmsen wrote:
> > "Ike" <rxv at hotmail.com> writes:
> >
> >>Is there a python for .Net, similar to what Jython is for Java? -Ike
> >
> > ActiveState's ActivePython; though it does seem to require Visual
> > Studio.Net.
> 
> Not true. ActivePython is just a repackaging of the standard Python +
> the win32 stuff from Mark Hammond + Windows Help Files + ActiveState's
> Python Package Manager.
> 
> AFAIK there's no finished project that directly integrates Python with
> the .NET platform, without going through COM.
> 
> -- Gerhard
> 
> 
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